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A)The project seems to be well structured, and information was clear to understand. I specially liked the layouts of the diagrams as it is placed neatly at the right side of the contents, so it doesn't disturb the reading while it provides relative information of the topic near that diagram.

But It would be great if it could have some technique of the GFP gene integration onto mitochondria gene as the project's main topic is GFP use in Mitochondria research. Would same technique be used as when they do recombinant of gene onto the cell? Would the gene of GFP protein inserted in the form of plasmid or strand of gene?

B)The page quite attrative with lots of picture. Not much explaination on each part, maybe try to elaborate more.

C)Good use of relevant images and links. I liked also how you included the history of GFP. Like the other reviewers mentioned, I think it would be nice if you could elbarotate further on GFP use in mitochondrial research. Remember also to include a link to your group project.

D) Hi there, indeed GFP is a great gene that can be used as a reporter in many constructs. Just a couple of suggestions: 1-interlink your entry to your group project. It is great to see that you have included current research in your entry but the they have been explained is a little ambiguous. So I’d suggest you to expand them a little and explain more clearly. Other than that, you have done a great job. Good luck!! Z3191358

E) Your page is very informative and you seem to have hit a balance with images and text, well done. You might like to expand on current research, but apart from that well done.

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You have now created your individual project page. --Mark Hill 09:51, 20 April 2009 (EST) You are still missing some homework items. 2009_Student#Individual_Projects Individual Projects

--Mark Hill 14:38, 19 March 2009 (EST)Thank you for your Nucleus Lecture feedback. Did you know of "chromosome territories" and their organization before the lecture?

--Mark Hill 10:45, 3 April 2009 (EST) For mitochondria, I wanted you to realise that processes within the mitochondria require energy and we will also find mitochondria located in the cytoplasm where energy requiring processes occur within the cell.